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# Friday Feeling
'I don't have cancer anymore': Louise McSharry reveals good news on Daffodil Day
The 2fm presenter revealed her good news today.

2FM PRESENTER (AND former writer) Louise McSharry has been given the all clear after a battle with cancer.

Speaking on Twitter this afternoon, the 31-year-old star revealed the good news from her latest scan.

She also thanked the “incredible staff of Vincent’s Ward in the Mater” who she described as “unstoppable”.

Louise was first diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma last August after months of feeling unwell and knowing “something wasn’t right”.

She remained positive throughout her treatment, telling Ryan Tubridy on the Late Late Show in November that she was “very lucky” she had a “curable cancer”.

With plans for a wedding in August this year, she said her deal was to do six months of chemotherapy, get better, get married and get on with life.

As always, all of us at, and The 42 would like to send all over love and best wishes to Louise. 

More: Louise McSharry on cancer diagnosis: ‘They are brilliant odds’

Read: Louise McSharry opens up about her cancer battle on the Late Late Show

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